Diaspora expresses outrage! Many polling stations ran out of ballot papers. What experts say

Many polling stations abroad ran out of ballot papers several hours before the polls closed. It has happened in London, Dublin, Bologna, Bucharest, Paris or Moscow. Moldovans who came to cast their vote and queued for hours, expressed outrage. For instance, the polling station in Stratford, London has run out

Anticoruptie.md
13/11/2016

Polling station in London runs out of ballot papers. CEC: "Mass disinformation"

13/11/2016

PHOTO // Long queues and charged emotions at polling stations in London, Paris, Bucuresti, Milano and Moscow

13/11/2016

Church St. Dumitru, vandalized. Priest Pavel Borsevschi was intimidated for criticizing the clergy’s involvement in politics

13/11/2016

Freedom House: „The Central Electoral Commission's failure to respond to reporting on candidates' corruption or illegal actions undermine Moldova’s promised reform”

08/11/2016

Diaspora to get more ballot papers for the second round

04/11/2016

CEC‘s answer on establishing additional polling stations abroad, lacks clarity

02/11/2016

Details // Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu to compete in second round of presidential elections

31/10/2016

Live text // Presidential elections 2016, 99,14% of ballots processed: Maia Sandu - 38,27%, Igor Dodon - 48,39%

30/10/2016

Official! Marian Lupu withdrew from the presidential race. Ghimpu – on stand by

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